|Noam Chomsky - 1997-12-05 - Free Markets|
On December 5th, 1997, Noam Chomsky gave this talk on Free Markets and Democracy at Northeastern University. The first file has the talk, the second, Q&A with the audience.
Keywords: Chomsky; Clinton; privitization; World Bank; inequality; minimization of the state; economics; Latin America; Reagan; Haiti; agribusiness; Neoliberalism; Abraham Lincoln; Iraq; Zbigniew Brzezinski; Saddam; George Bush; Nassar; economic efficiency
|Noam Chomsky - 2002-02-22 - The Uses of Haiti - with Paul Farmer|
On Feb. 22nd, 2002, Noam Chomsky and Paul Farmer gave a joint presentation on Haiti. They talked about the US and French role in impoverishing Haiti and preventing democracy from functioning in this poorest country in the Western Hemisphere. After their talks, Chomsky and Farmer took questions from the audience. Chomsky cites: Thomas Carothers, _In the Name of Democracy: U.S. Policy Toward Latin America in the Reagan Years_, University of California Press, 1993.
Keywords: Chomsky; Chomsky 2002; Paul Farmer; Haiti; Jean-Bertrand Aristide; Napoleon; Reagan; World Bank; Neoliberalism; Thomas Carothers; Polyarchy; genocide; hispaniola; Christopher Columbus; France; Slavery; Talleyrand; Thomas Jefferson; George Washington; Nicaragua; Vietnam; Narco trafficking; Woodrow Wilson; George Clinton; Bill Clinton; Duvalier; Haitian Constitution; Franklin Roosevelt; peasant agriculture; World Trade Organisation; WTO; slaves; starvation
|Noam Chomsky - 2001-04-10 - Institutions vs People - Will the Species Self Destruct?|
On April 10th, 2001, Noam Chomsky gave this talk. File 1 is the speech. File 2 is the Q&A with the audience
Keywords: Chomsky; corporations; Woodrow Wilson; torture; terrorism; Indonesia; East Timor; Serbia; Crimes against humanity; War Crimes; Great Britain; Indonesian military; genocide; The Hague; Suharto; Gerold Ford; Jimmy Carter; Reagan; American Indians; Native Americans; John Quincy Adams; Nuclear Weapons; Full spectrum dominance; Neoliberalism; Neoconservatism; marketing; Loose Nukes; Clinton; George Bush; short term profit; North Korea; South Korea; Francis Fukuyama; Eastern Europe; Russia; Soviet Union; USSR; Lenin; Australia; refugees; Timor gap; oil; arsenic; Kyoto Protocol; Communist Party; Anthony Lewis; Socialism